Cooler Fall weather is considered the perfect time to add woody plant to your landscape. Learn about some native trees and shrubs, as well as selected perennials, ferns and grasses, that you can still plant to provide interest and beauty to the garden throughout the winter.
Online class offered by Extension Master Gardeners.
Speaker: Extension Master Gardener Elaine Mills, a creative force behind the resource Tried and True Native Plant Selections for the Mid-Atlantic, serves as a co-coordinator at the Glencarlyn Library Community Garden, a Virginia Cooperative Extension Demonstration Garden in Arlington, Virginia.
Zoom session, recorded October 23, 2020
Video of Presentation
- 0:00:00 Introductions
- 0:01:23 Overview
- 0:06:03 Trees
- 0:17:26 Questions
- 0:18:56 Shrubs
- 0:39:08 Vines
- 0:40:57 Questions
- 0:52:15 Perennials
- 0:56:43 Ground Covers
- 1:02:51 Ferns
- 1:05:55 Grasses & Sedges
- 1:13:13 Resources
- 1:19:28 Questions
- Native Plants for Winter Interest Plant List & Resources
- Native Plants for Winter Interest Addendum
Additional Details and Answers to Chat Questions